NCUA Vendor Oversight Authority Passes the House; NCUA Proposes New Rule on Cyber Incident Notification
Following up on a previous post regarding legislation that would grant the NCUA authority to regulate and examine all vendors that do business with a credit union, the House recently passed the National Defense Authorization Act including an amendment that would grant the NCUA such oversight authority over a credit union’s third-party vendors. As previously […]
Your Third Party Risk Management Program
With summer in full swing, now is as good of a time as any to review your internal processes to see how your programs are performing measured against expectations and determining whether any updates need to be made. This post will be a high level focus looking under the hood of your third party risk […]
NCUA Vendor Oversight Authority Advances in House Committee
Since the NCUA’s ability to have direct oversight over vendors sunset over twenty years ago in the aftermath of Y2K, the agency has consistently made the case internally and in testimony to Congress to regain such authority. The NCUA has most recently cited cybersecurity concerns as justification for vendor oversight authority. Instead of addressing any potential cybersecurity […]
Sound Vendor Management
Messick & Lauer P.C., in conjunction with The Rochdale Paragon Group, hosted a webinar to provide credit unions and CUSOs an overview of the importance of developing a sound vendor management program in today’s increasingly complex regulatory environment. Sound Vendor Management from Messick & Lauer on Vimeo.